The location was in the lobby area that also serves as a continental breakfast, with coffee/refreshments area in a small but very hospitable hotel in the Georgetown Area in Washington, DC.
The "Take It!" came from having looked at this type of photo processing be done at the photo store that I have been using for many years. This technique has been around for a while, but what caught my eye in this application was the breaking up of a photo into thirds and taking full advantage of the spacing of the placement of each of them in the wall mounting, a very nice effect. The photograph canvas is wrapped around the edges of the frame, giving the picture a sort of 3D look. To call it a stand out, would be almost a disservice.
As you might imagine, there are a zillion photos of the area on the walls everywhere, so common are they, that it does take a very unusual shot or in this case, application to catch one's eye.
The After Take: To those whom I have shown these photo's, all like them. Most of them, I think may be like me, would like to have some of them in their homes, or where they work. I am considering some photos to try this. It has to be a very special photo, as this process is quite expensive. This is one of those things, that is costly, but totally worth it. When I select the photo to do this with, I will take huge pleasure in sharing it with all of you.
In the meantime, here is hoping you may have a special place that fits this kind of ultra, keep sake processing.
Wishing you my very best,
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Ray (Friday, 11 November 2016 13:11)
Great shots! I love this type of separated art! Nice find!
Jim (Friday, 18 November 2016 16:25)
An artistic photo of art, how very arty... lol
Sally (Friday, 18 November 2016 16:26)
I'm a big fan of canvas prints. Something about them just looks better.
SF1967 (Friday, 18 November 2016 16:27)
Those spotlights in the second photo are really cool. I like what they do for the paintings.
MHampy (Friday, 18 November 2016 16:29)
We have some prints like this in our household. An Italian villa split into 5 prints. Great photos!